brings some welcome heaviness to the Planet Terror imprint with some genre-defying crossover dubs. Dubstep and breakcore meet in a dark alley late at night, and although it's not clear who wins, the carnage that ensues is well worth sticking around for. From the atmospheric 'Donkey' to the weird cuts of 'Slipper', this is an EP packed with variety and strange contrast that should bring in fans of many different genres. A skilled DJ and original producer, we're happy to have Culprate on board.
Expect more from this man in the New Year.
October 4, 2009
Really original dubstep business
Really enjoyed this EP - top-notch electronica, always with one eye on the dancefloor. Egyptian Dub is a great slice of dubstep, whilst Slipper is a cut up amshed up masterpiece! Surely good things await Culprate